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Jan 10, 2013 6:00am EST
'm a professor of political science at reid college, founder and director of the early voting information center, a research center focusing on early absentee voting, and i have been, i've actually known caroline dyeson for more decades than any of us cares to admit. so i've been studying election administration and research methods for about 30 years at this point. i want to talk about b a few things, i want to respond very, very briefly, and i will keep my time. i'm cognizant of the time, very briefly to two comments on the previous panel. one was on poll worker training. you know, the hot new thing now are these things called massive online learning centers, massive online courses, and i'd urge election officials to look at some of these companies not because you can do what billion dollar companies can do, but the technology to produce really video-based training has gotten easily accessible, inexpensive, um, and so if you're looking for ongoing training, that might be one place to go. the second thing is the sense of no cell phones, and i have to react to that because i believe virtually ev
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